France prepares to reimburse cardiac device after frustrating delays
This article was originally published in Clinica
The French health ministry has issued two decrees bringing the reimbursement of defibrillators and triple chamber pacemakers closer to reality after years of delay and frustration for the industry. Still awaited, however, are the lists of healthcare facilities authorised to implant these devices.
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